Are your kids are looking for some summer holiday inspiration? These Dude Perfect juniors are doing amazing trick shots that might spawn some imitation.
Reading routinely to your children helps you set aside time to teach, shepherd, and love on your child. It is costly – it takes time you might not feel you have – but if you were to talk to a future you about whether they wished they had done more of it, you can be sure of the answer.
The folks at the Christian parenting organization Axis have created a short guide to some of the most popular teen slang. They’ve divided it into 3 categories, starting with “Fun, harmless, silly” followed by “Be aware of” and finally “Red flags.” This heads-up is worth the 5-10 minutes it would take to scan through it.
This article, on the occasion of Calvin Coolidge’s 150th birthday last year, celebrates an American president who was best known for thinking government should get out of the way.
Even as Canada’s wildfires had a lot of people eating smoke, air pollution has been going down a lot over the last half century. We hear so much doom and gloom these days, it’s a good corrective to hear how things are getting better.
Our own online responses should presume the best of whomever we’re talking to (Matt. 7:12). But if Marshall McLuhan was at all right about “the medium is the message” (ie. the deliverer has a huge impact on the message delivered) then we shouldn’t be naive about what sort of negativity social media fosters.